Senate Inquiry into Australia’s Food Processing Sector

The Select Committee on Australia’s Food Processing Sector is inquiring into the competitiveness and future viability of Australia’s food processing sector.

As part of its inquiry, the committee will consider the implications for the sector of Australia’s regulatory environment, competition regime and anti-dumping rules, international anti-free trade measures, and production inputs. The committee is inviting submissions to the inquiry by Monday, 3 October 2011.

Download terms of reference and details of how to make submissions:  [ilink url=”http://consumersfederation.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Food-Processing_Terms-of-reference-Submission-instructions.pdf” style=”download”]download – Terms of reference & Submission instructions[/ilink]

Further information about the inquiry is available at the [ilink url=”http://www.aph.gov.au/Senate/committee/foodprocessing_ctte/foodprocessing/index.htm”]committee’s website[/ilink].

The committee will present its report for the inquiry by 30 June 2012.

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